Date(s) - Tuesday, May 3, 2016
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Double Tree by Hilton
Senior Managers’ Program
May 3, 2016
Keynote Speaker: Bruce Breier
“The Organized Executive”
The Organized Executive is a presentation that provides the TEC member or participant an opportunity to tune up their personal systems in order to become more effective, efficient and organized in everything they do. This very interactive program has been presented to TEC/Vistage groups since 1985, providing practical organizational tips, tools, and techniques for busy leaders and managers. In our short attention span world today it’s very easy to be constantly interrupted, disrupted, and distracted resulting in a lot of important yet non-urgent priorities to be put off or postponed. This presentation emphasizes how important it is to have a balanced workweek. Key concepts in the presentation include:
- Looks at what busy executives want most in their work
- An assessment tool to define current organizational needs
- 10 techniques to become more effective within 30 days
- Personalized recommendations for each participant
- Participant commitments to implement key ideas
Value to Participants:
This program is an excellent opportunity to look at a contemporary model for executive organization. In a world that demands immediate response and causes constant distraction and interruption, it is so important to stay focused and balanced on previous commitments and promises while being receptive to the unexpected priorities that arise during the workday. The Organized Executive presents a way to work that can often provide the slight edge to achieve and maintain a continuous stream of repeat and referral business.
About Jack Altschuler:
Bruce has been a resource speaker for Vistage/TEC (The Executive Committee) since 1985 and by the end of this his 30th year as a speaker he will have presented to well over 900 member groups on two topics: The Organized Executive and The Goal-Setting Executive. He has thus addressed and worked with close to 15,000 executives and senior staff Vistage members during his career. The basic philosophy of Bruce’s work is that busy people simply do not take nor seem to have sufficient time to step back and tune-up their systems of organization. The result is that leaders and managers are oftentimes more overloaded, overwhelmed, overextended and overcommitted than desired, causing higher levels of stress and lower levels of effectiveness.
Bruce’s programs, workshops, and coaching provide very practical methods on the topic of choice. Participants typically walk away with significant systems and strategies that can be applied almost instantly. The results have been excellent and the need for tuning-up organizationally is greater than ever. Bruce is headquartered in La Jolla, California, a suburb of San Diego.